A 5-year-old New Jersey young girl has now been absent for over two months.
Dulce Maria Alavez was most recently seen Sept. 16 during a family trip to the entertainment center.
She and her 3-year-old sibling were playing while their mom sat in her vehicle with an 8-year-old family member, however, her child before long rushed to the vehicle crying and indicated the zone where he last observed his sister
Noema Alavez Perez’s rushed 911 call was released by authorities.
“I can’t find my girl,” the mother said. “We were with her at the entertainment center and individuals state that someone, likely someone took her.”
An Amber Alert was given Sept. 17. Specialists accept the young girl was taken by a man who drove her to a red van.
The missing young girl was most recently seen wearing a yellow shirt with a koala bear on the front, high contrast jeans, and white shoes, police said. She is 3-foot-5 and weighs 40 pounds, with dark hair and brown eyes.
Police discharged a sketch of a man they want to talk with regarding the case.
Cumberland County examiner’s office officials state it’s a composite sketch of a man who they state was supposedly found in the entertainment center around when the young girl disappeared.
Authorities said he was supposed with many young children under the age five.
Authorities said they are not referring to the man as a suspect or individual of intrigue.
Any individual who can identify this individual or who has any information about the case is requested to contact the Bridgeton Police Department.
People, in general, are reminded that specialists won’t examine or ask questions to any observer about their immigration status. Information can be provided anonymously by messaging Bridgeton.